Project: Taber Hill Winery & Restaurant, Buchanan, MI
A 20 year old, 5500 sq. ft. roof over a wine making operation was leaking. Restaurant with a concrete deck on the roof area was unsightly and weather damaged. In addition, the 2 x 12 ft. wooden facia and parts of the wooden rail system were experiencing rot and as a result required continual maintenance (painting). Numerous attempts to seal the many cracks and waterproof with liquid coatings were unsuccessful.
The damaged surface was repaired using an acrylic modified concrete topping mix. Rails were then removed and rotted 2 x 12 foot fascia’s were replaced.
PVC coated metal was used on the perimeter to completely cover and protect the fascia. The Duradek Ultra vinyl membrane was then installed and welded to PVC flashings.
To complete the maintenance free system, the wood rails were replaced with powder coated (PVC) aluminum rails.
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